Stop Press: Celebrity Vox Pops back online

After a few technical hitches, I'm happy to say that the boys did well - the fab Vox Pops we had for our celebrity culture Sunday are back online. Click here for the original post. Click here to subscribe to…

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An artistic equation

Hours could be misspent enjoyably in this great website: Craig Damrauer's All New Math (as it's American, this site has only one math). Basically full of occasionally thought-provoking, often inane, sometimes suggestive, and every now and then, quite perspicacious equations…

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Jesus and Celebrity: Celebrity Culture vox pops

As promised a few posts ago, here are the 2 other videos brilliantly produced by Simon Green for our Celebrity Culture sunday. Both are vox pops. 1st asks the simple question, WHO IS YOUR FAVOURITE CELEBRITY? [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ckg6leqNypw] 2nd asks IS…

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Steve Stockman’s NAILED

This poem by Steve Stockman (all-round pop-culture surmiser) has rattled around my mind since I read it a few months ago. And it particularly seems to resonate with the Habakkuk series we’ve just been working through. So I reproduce it…

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Reflections on Why Johnny Can’t Preach

Let's face it, most of the time rants aren't that constructive. Most of the time. But when they are well-intentioned, well-conceived and passionately concerned about things that matter...  well perhaps they havetheir place. And then when they come from the…

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As it’s Calvin’s birthday…

As it's Jean Cauvin's 500th birthday, here are a few links on the old chap: An official site for the Calvin 500 celebrations. The tribute in The Times (of all places) to Calvin, 'this most maligned of theologians'. Justin Thacker in the…

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Shining like stars in London

become blameless and pure, children of God without fault in a crooked and depraved generation, in which you shine like stars in the universe (Philippians 2:15) Was chatting a few weeks back with my mate Tim Plyming when he was…

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